Validator Fnoufnou - proposal
Created on: 15-9-2020 10:46:35
A brief summary of validator Fnoufnou:
- Helping out the Compendia community via the social channels and our tools under the Dutch Pool umbrella.
Actively working on the broader adoption of blockchain tech and
Compendia's oracle future towards businesses, governments and NGO's.
- Sharing 75% with reward-to-power ratio of 0.652 B/kP* (measured sept 15, 2020)
B/kP or reward-to-power ratio indicates how much Bind you actually
receive from your validator per day. This figure is an honest indication
of ROI when voting for a validator. In a nutshell: how much bind do you
get daily for each 1000 points of voting power (1 bind in wallet = 1
point, staked bind = 5-10 points each). Check all validator's B/kP via https://calculator.dutchpool.io/compendia
and uncheck 'Use genesis vote power' in the settings as most validators, including me, don't share with the genesis votes.
Broad blockchain adoption and Compendia sysadmin support
Created on: 30-8-2020 15:54:52
I provide support for broader adoption of (ethical) blockchain technology in both corporations and government in general, as well as providing feedback - together with the other team members at Dutch_Pool - to Compendia's cause as a key oracle. Of course, delegate fnoufnou is running the appropriate nodes on high-uptime Azure-based hosting to support Compendia as much as possible.
Blockchain tech at large
Created on: 29-8-2020 20:26:34
What few may know is that I'm not just involved in various DPoS initiatives, but I'm an active member of a number of Dutch blockchain initiatives striving to make the world a better place. Doing so from both a technological as well as a business perspective. I'm very excited about the developments in places like Thailand and Australia where governments are embracing blockchain to automate governance for its citizens.
My goal is to aid in the overall adoption of fair, ethically used blockchain based solutions for all, from distributing relief funds to those corners of the world that need it most to ensuring everyone can have a self-controlled, secure identity.